Who We Are

Justworks is a fast-growing technology company that frees entrepreneurs to focus on what matters: building their business and creating great places to work.

We work hard. We’re helping businesses get off the ground, enabling them to focus on running their business and solving HR issues for them. We’re data driven and never stop inventing new ways to improve.

Working at Justworks, you’ll enjoy company happy hours, a welcoming and casual environment, great benefits, and the ability to interact with and learn from prominent leaders in the startup community.

If you want to work in an entrepreneurial environment, build something meaningful and have fun while doing it, we would love to hear from you.

The Job - Contract Sourcer for Sales (3 month contract)

As a Sourcer you are an integral part of Justworks’ long-term growth and success. You are innovative in your sourcing approach, preferring to experiment with new and unexpected tactics, rather than stick to traditional best-practices. You have demonstrated building solid pipelines of candidates to meet company goals. You will leverage multiple recruiting sources and internet sourcing techniques to identify candidates, execute on outreach, referral generation, and events. You will create custom outreach and meaningful candidate engagement while partnering with Hiring Managers across the organization. Candidates that have worked with you know that you are friendly, responsive, and respect your iron-clad integrity.

What you'll do

  • Build a strong sales candidate pipeline
  • Provide a high-quality experience for every potential candidate through effective communication and consistent follow through
  • Evaluate candidate skill level via phone screens 
  • Work with recruiting team through strategy meetings, status updates and constant communication
  • Assist with recruiting driven events
  • Provide candidates with information on the interview process and current status
  • Provide sourcing metrics  
  • Maintenance and reporting in Greenhouse ATS
  • Other special projects as assigned

Qualifications

Who you are:

  • College Degree
  • 1-2 years experience in sourcing (sourcing sales candidates a plus)
  • Excellent research/sourcing skills
  • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills and natural ability to establish trust and credibility
  • Resourceful and able to proactively anticipate needs and provide solutions
  • Strong ability to multitask
  • Self-starter, comfortable with a rapidly changing office environment
  • You enjoy entrepreneurial environments and want to help build something meaningful
  • Located in NYC

Visa sponsorship for this role is currently not available.

This position is based in New York City. 

Diversity at Justworks

Justworks’ vision is to create a workplace where diversity of identity, culture, and life experience is the norm and is celebrated, so each of us feel welcome, and are given support to realize our personal and professional potential at Justworks.

We’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer open to all qualified applicants regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or expression, Veteran status, or any other legally protected status.  

 

 

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